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Your Aviation Audio Magazine - A unique view... from both sides of the mic!Welcome! My name is Brandon Gonzales, I’m an Air Traffic Tower Controller at a busy General Aviation airport, but I also have a 25 year background in aviation as a Pilot, Flight Instructor, Aircraft Salesman, Ramper for a 2 major Airlines, FBO Line Serviceman, Plane Crash Survivor, and now Aviation Podcaster. My goal is to serve the aviation community at large, and to help you in your aviation endeavors, no matter wha ...
 
I love talking to people with PhDs. To me someone with a PhD is not that far removed from say an artist, musician or writer. They have chosen to explore a topic in-depth and become the leading authority in the world on that subject. So join me as we Pile it high and Deep with doctorates from around around the world as we explore their journey's their research and what they have done with all that knowledge they shoved into their brains.
 
Savvy investors and those who aspire to be successful investors will appreciate The Global Investor. Each episode will focus on a specific theme that will help you enhance and diversify your investing skills and strategies. You will learn from partners, members and guests about industries, markets, geographies and anything else that aligns with our mission.The Global Investor is brought to you by Obris, a membership-based global investor syndicate. Our mission is to bring together exceptiona ...
 
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There is value in naiveté. Daniel Gonzales didn’t have a clue when he began college about the opportunities before him. And because he was naive he didn’t have any reason to say “no” when these opportunities were presented to him. Not know, having zero expectations have served him well thorough to his post-doc where he has learned to embrace the un…
 
t's the beginning of the 2021 Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season, why not to talk to a hurricane expert. Phil Klotzbach, PhD is a part of a group of research scientists working to predict hurricanes. Currently, as of June 1, Phil's team from Colorado State University, yes Colorado, are predicting 17 named storms for 2021. Last year there were 30 named…
 
From Texas to Alaska Brian Brettschneider has experienced some of the most extreme weather on earth. His love of weather really began as an extension of an early fascination with geography and then an introduction to The Weather Channel. Brian has worked in industry, academia, and governmental agencies and for the last 15 years has spent his time d…
 
I’ve been in a bit of a funk. Not really flying, not really participating in the industry, not really inspired to put it bluntly. And I know I’m not the only one. And it’s kinda funny, since by all counts, we’re actually coming out of this disaster time and getting the industry on the long road to recovery. Will it ever be the same. Well, probably …
 
The journey of a PhD in Nursing is certainly unique due to the fact there is an element of direct work experience required before moving onto graduate education. Dr. Linda Franck did not plan to become as she started college and she certainly wasn't expecting to get a PhD. The career of a nurse is varied and Dr. Franck talks about the options avail…
 
The leap from dancing, specifically belly dancing, to a PhD in Speech Communication is really not too far. Especially once you hear the story of how Sandra Halvorson, PhD took the journey. Sure; there was the family, the dance and exercise school, living in Minnesota then Florida. But in the end it all really kind of makes sense; because after all …
 
There's a common thread among many PhDs I have talked with over these 40 episodes; always looking for the next thing, even when the thing they are working on now is still in process. Maybe it's one of those key ingredients of making a PhD, the never-ending quest. Eladio Bobadilla came to America as a child and grew up in the agriculture industry of…
 
I think it was Bob Dylan who sang about the times, they are a changin’. And while I guess that’s always a little true, it seems like it’s especially appropriate now. And I hope it’s all good, because there are a few things that really do need a changin’ so that we can resume functionality in the industry. And particularly this is true anywhere ther…
 
The original destination for Chris Cornthwaite's PhD journey was a tenure track college professor gig. The universe had other plans and now Chris finds himself on two paths; using the knowledge and skillset developed during his PhD to help define immigration policy and helping other PhDs and helping other graduates with advanced degrees define them…
 
The Bible we are most familiar with is the King James version, commissioned by the English, or Scottish depending on your POV, king in the early 1600s. It is generally considered the most important book of the western world. But did you know there are stories outside the Bible? These are known as Apocrypha and were popular and used by English pries…
 
As I look back on my flying career, I often think about some of the quotes I’ve heard along the way. Aviate, Navigate, Commumnicate, Monitor the freq. before you speak. Speed is life, altitude is insurance. And, I’ll never not be able to hear Martha King say “Please, stay out of the trees.” But, there’s one quote that seems to keep coming up time a…
 
More talk of proteins on this episode of Piled high and Deep-The Podcast. Charlie Eldrid, his PhD is coming later this month (I will update) is also doing some cutting edge science as he works to further develop the technology making identifying the structure of proteins more efficient. https://twitter.com/CharlieSpec?s=20https://www.researchgate.n…
 
In the old school where print magazines were all we had, letters were pretty much how content creators (also before they were called that too) would interact with the readership. But now, I think it’s so cool that we have the ability to actually talk with the content creators we like, and one of my favorite parts of doing this podcast is talking wi…
 
What would you do if you realized the undergraduate degree you were about to complete wasn't what you wanted to do? For Dr. Deanne Sammond it was a realization the music degree she was about to complete was not going to be the path she wanted to follow anymore. So instead she explored the world of biotech and found herself intrigued with proteins a…
 
Writing is always a consistent theme in the journey of any PhD. For Kali Wallace, while she always had a love of making up stories, her PhD required her to use the facts to tell stories about the movement of tectonic plates. Today Kali is doing what she loves, making up stories. The science stuff is important too, but Kali has found her place in th…
 
Part 1 was such a hit, that I'm proud to bring you another Episode with Rich. Straight up, what it's like to fall ill with COVID-19, nearly die in a coma, and recover to fly another day. A fascinating look at the reality of this horrible disease. BG Follow Rich: PersonalWings @personalwings PlaneEnglish ATC Simulator - Get 10% off with code: delta …
 
Kim Iskyan has lived in nine countries including Russia for 9 years where he worked as a hedge fund manager, and Singapore for the past six years where he developed and ran Stansberry Research. He has remarkable insights for identifying strategic opportunities and markets around the world where perception and reality do not meet. Tune in to hear wh…
 
The PhD journey of Dr. Lisa Munro is more of a journey journey, not so much the destination if the destination was really known at the time the journey began and as the journey continued the destination wasn’t really ever known even today as the journey continues with the unknowing knowledge of the importance of living in the moment. She is going t…
 
Have you ever met one of those people where, it seems like every sentence out of their mouth gives you déjà vu? It doesn’t happen very often, but maybe that’s why you remember... It happened to me last year at an MMOPA safety stand down. I walked in, sat down. And I started listening to the guy teaching the class (his name is Rich by the way). He t…
 
Even before earning his PhD, Stephen Rosen had quite a journey. After college and masters degree he found himself working on the front lines of the Cold War, building nuclear bombs. His PhD came later and led him to become part of the legendary Hudson Institute and part of a group of BIG thinkers pondering the greater questions of mankind entering …
 
A lot came together for this Episode... Special Thanks to Elliott Cox, Ron Horton, Daniel Switkin, Daniel Sternbergh, and Russ Irwin for sharing some wonderful stories and questions! I want to do more like this, so keep 'em coming! GOOOOOOD DAY! -BG P.S. The audiophiles among you may notice that I recorded this on an alternate recording setup, so i…
 
I was starting to think the day would never come. The FAA has (more or less) cleared the 737 MAX to fly again! ...But at what cost? -BG Articles narrated in the Episode: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-boeing-737max-faa/faa-chief-100-confident-of-737-max-safety-as-flights-to-resume-idUSKBN27Y1NI https://www.aerotime.aero/rytis.beresnevicius/2643…
 
If you’ve been around for a while, you’ll probably remember at least one aviation downturn. Maybe two or three. In fact, we could probably figure out how long you’ve been in the industry, in decades, based on how many you’ve seen. This’ll be my third... In case you haven’t noticed, we’re in one again. Sure, it looks a lot different than downturns o…
 
Remember back probably in middle school when we learned all about Venn diagrams? You know, the circles. Each one represents a characteristic, and where they overlap, you have the thing that the marketing department is probably looking for… But when it comes to aviation one that always keeps coming up is men, women, and pilots. Not all men are pilot…
 
As the music promises, you know who’s here. The one, the only Chad Fortenberry, but with a twist! And that’s because today we’re answering your questions, A few thoughtful listeners, all Patrons in this case, sent in some stuff, and instead of just hearing my thoughts, you get Chad’s too, and between the two of us, you might just get an answer! Spe…
 
What’s Narrative? No, honestly what is it. And why the heck are we talking about it on an aviation podcast?! Well, because I’m repurposing content from another thing I do. No, I’m kidding… Sort of. Narrative affects everything we hear. It’s that thing news outlets have that affects how they’re going to spin a story. And if you ask me, it’s a bummer…
 
In flying, I think everybody more or less falls into two camps. Camp 1: Those that are there for adventure, and Camp 2: those who aren’t. Some people crave a little uncertainty, and the others want to use their OCD to avoid anything of the sort. Today’s guest, quote/unquote “Baller Pilot” Deanna Wallace is really going to put the World In Air World…
 
It’s been almost a year and a half since the Atlas crash, and that’s about how long it takes the NTSB to complete a formal investigation, and to issue a Probable Cause statement. And boy did they ever… The idea that a 767 could just fall out of the sky vertically, with no warning, was weird enough to suggest that this wouldn’t be a typical case, bu…
 
Chad and I talked for so long, that when I looked down at the recording at the end, it showed nearly two hours. And I think that’s the best part of aviation. And podcasting too, actually. The idea that we can get all into a bunch of different topics, and go with it for that long, and not only have a great time, but share a ton of useful information…
 
It's always a treat to fly with your best friends and, today, you get to come along with Chad and I as we discuss A BUNCH of high level training topics. We were having such a great time, we recorded almost 2 hours of content, so I decided to break it up into two Episodes. Topics discussed: 1. Flying During COVID - CAE Citation X Type Rating experie…
 
What if you’re living the dream? Maybe you’ve got a plane of your own. Not much risk in that right? Or is there? For those outside the industry, there’s always stuff getting made up about what goes on in private jets, and who knows, maybe some of it’s true, but for you all listening, we all know the reality is that having your own plane isn’t so mu…
 
Many venture investors have never seen a global crisis and are shocked and paralyzed in our post Covid-19 era. Not so with Hugh Bickerstaff, a seasoned early stage investor three unicorns and a significant track record under his belt. For more investing and wealth management information and advice from top experts, visit https://obrisinvest.com.…
 
Today, former 2 time guest Bryan Juarez is back on the show to talk about how he was the last class to make it through training at his new airline, and what it was like to go through what’s already a tough enough process, even without SARS 2.0... Enderson Rafael Article in AirFacts Journal (make sure to subscribe!) PlaneEnglish ATC Simulator - Get …
 
At the risk of beating this dead horse beyond recognition, I just… It just keeps on going. It ain’t over yet, and of course, I’m talking about the 737 max saga. But I can’t let you all go any longer without an update, and COVID or not, there’s a lot going on. And in one case, it might finally be time to shine. Congrats to Seattle Times for a Pulitz…
 
It’s been a minute since the last episode. And the last two have both been about COVID related topics, and I’m proud of them, and hopefully they’ve helped make a small difference in someone’s decision making. But the constant low lying threat out there, plus the fact that I’ve not been flying in months, coupled with the weird work schedule, and the…
 
On a short break at work, I was scrolling through instagram, and I saw a post that really struck a chord with me. It was by aeroprollc. Which is the company of a great fan of the show, whom you’ve heard more than once reading the post show disclaimer like a seasoned radio pro. And it’s no surprise, since he’s no stranger to broadcasting… His name i…
 
Unpleasant as it is, that’s what we all need to be doing right now. Staying home. Social distancing, being careful. It’s the only way to slow and maybe even stop the spread of this terrible virus that it’s hard to predict how will affect a person. So, in these scary, never seen before times, we’re all forced to reality check ourselves in a way we’v…
 
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The IMC Club’s purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency, and safety. The intent is to create a community of pilots willing to share information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety, and build proficiency in instrument flying. IMC Club chapters offer monthly meetings in which pilots can network and share knowledge …
 
Today, Part 4 of what’s up with the MAX, and with Boeing. Plus, the 777x Flew! All this, plus your feedback! Rob’s Article: https://www.flyingmag.com/story/news/boeing-ceo-calhoun-faces-issues/ Aerotime Article: https://www.aerotime.aero/rytis.beresnevicius/24464-boeing-ceo-timeline?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email Listen to: Flight Safety De…
 
What are crucial traits, skills and talents for an active early stage and private equity investor? We asked Kyle Gonzales, a very active investor and master of due diligence for the companies in which he invests. Head on over to our website at https://obrisinvest.com to find more insightful topics and educational materials on investing, along with …
 
Articles from this Episode: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/12/23/boeing-stock-halted-pending-news-company-battles-fallout-737-max-crisis.html https://www.cnbc.com/2019/12/23/boeing-ceo-had-to-be-fired-in-order-for-737-max-to-get-faa-certified-jim-cramer-says.html?__source=facebook%7Cmain https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2019-12-24/boeing-discloses…
 
Thanks to a joint letter to RH and I, written by Patron Kilo Lima, we get deep into “playing pilot” a little more than usual! Today’s show is a collaboration between POAP and Opposing Bases. Enjoy! Resources: Plane English: https://planeenglishsim.com LiveATC: https://www.liveatc.net (extra fun if you’ve figured out where we work…) Pilot/Controller…
 
This was life. It was as unique as any program could be. These gentlemen you’ve heard from lived it, and they could have just retired. Hung up the flight suit, and sailed off into the history books. But they didn’t. And to think they would have, would be to miss the point that those who were chosen and successful in the SR Program were truly a cut …
 
Saturday night at the museum. Maybe not something you’d associate with a good time. Probably the opposite actually. But on THIS Saturday night, even for a college town like Kalamazoo, the Air Zoo was the place to be. Because, on that night, every single member of the crew was out and about to tell their stories to a willing crowd. Forget about the …
 
“A letter to Kelly Johnson” was a bonus part of “Blackbird: The Movie” A film by Lockheed. I recommend you go see it. For today’s episode, I have 5 people here who CAN follow that act. The guys who maintained it. The reality of operating the SR was that with all of its technology and grace, it needed a lot of maintenance. And rightfully so. Can you…
 
Yeah, so turns out the event I’m at has its own beer… Have I mentioned yet how cool and different this museum is? Well, over a couple of these I got to spend an evening just hanging out with the entire SR71 crew. And that I got to talk face to face, just like that, with this incredible group is something I’ll never forget. Today Jerry Glasser, Buz …
 
Our story starts with me standing in a hangar. A really big hangar. Actually, it’s more like a movie set. A movie set, with rides, and and F-14 and an SR71, but they’re not props though, they’re real… I’m not on a movie set at all though, I’m in a museum. A museum they call the Zoo. And I’m in Michigan. Follow along all week as the story unfolds. T…
 
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